To celebrate the launch of new fashion collections, CharityStars has a selection of exclusive tickets to a variety of menswear shows from incredible brands.Founded in 1894, Barbour is an English luxury brand, which manufactures weatherproofed outerwear, leather goods, shoes and accessories for men, women and children. On Friday 8 January the brand will be showcasing its autumn/winter menswear collection at its annual show, which takes place at Swiss Church in Soho, London.

CharityStars is auctioning two tickets to this invite-only show, with proceeds supporting Variety, one of the leading children’s charities in the world. The charity started operating in the UK in 1949 and since then has raised more than £270 million, funding 5,000-plus Sunshine Coaches, almost the same number of wheelchairs, thousands of grants to individual children and life-saving support for children’s hospitals, hospices and youth clubs.

Fellow luxury British brand Belstaff will also be showcasing its autumn/winter menswear collection this week, and CharityStars not only has two exclusive tickets to attend, but also backstage passes for a real behind-the-scenes look at the action. This event will take place on 10 January 2016 in London.

Proceeds from this auction will support DKMS: Delete Blood Cancer UK. Launched in February 2013, the charity’s key mission is to increase the pool of lifesaving blood stem cell donors, so that not one single person suffering with a blood cancer should die because they are unable to find a matching blood stem cell donor.

Matthew Miller is widely regarded as one of the best designers in London, and is showing his latest and most highly anticipated collection so far at London Collections: Men this January. CharityStars is auctioning two front row tickets to the autumn/winter show on 9 January at Victoria House, Bloomsbury, London, plus a £500 gift voucher to spend in the online shop.

Proceeds from this auction will support A Star Foundation. A Star is the brainchild of Fitz Hall, Ken Bonsu and Ronnie Wilson and was set up with the aim of encouraging young people to express themselves in a positive manner and to make it possible to be around role models who do not glamorise crime, guns or drugs.

If you would prefer to visit Italian fashion hotspot Milan, CharityStars also has two tickets to the Dsquared2 autumn/winter 2016 show during Milan Fashion Week on 19 January.

Proceeds of this auction will support the Together To Go Onlus, a foundation established to support children with complex neurological disorders.